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The color is weird on my monitor suddenly and none of my color mgmt settings have changed. What is happening?

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  • wdfrontier Aug 20, 2010

    It has a kind of 'greenish' tint to it.

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If the colors are not right and you didn't personally change the colors on the monitor, then there could be something wrong with either the graphics card or the monitor.

Test this by trying the monitor on another computer. If the colors are still 'weird' then it's the monitor.

Is the Acer monitor still under warranty?

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